The aims of the curriculum are to enable students to develop:

  • a sense of enquiry, the ability to question, solve problems and argue rationally;
  • a willingness to apply themselves and an aptitude for learning;
  • knowledge and skills relevant to adult life and employment
  • literacy, numeracy and competence in the use of information technology;
  • their creativity, critical awareness, empathy and sensitivity;
  • a recognition of their own and others’ achievements, in school and beyond;
  • self-esteem, self-worth and self-confidence;
  • the skills of working as an individual and as a member of a group or team;
  • appropriate moral and spiritual values and tolerance of others, to value each individual and to learn to live together in an atmosphere of mutual respect, including respect for British democratic values, civil and criminal law and the diversity of modern Britain;
  • an awareness of the student’s place in the community and opportunities for service to each other and to the community.

KS3 (English, Mathematics and Science is done using the Cambridge Secondary 1 Curriculum)

Subject Minutes per week
Mathematics 180
English 180
Science 180
History  60
Geography  60
ICT  60
Art  60
Design and Technology  60
Physical Education 120
Arabic 120
Urdu  60
Islamic Studies 180

KS4 (All Subjects follow the GCSE syllabus)

Subject Minutes per week
English Literature and Language 240
Mathematics 240
Science (Biology, Chemistry, Physics) 240
History 120
ICT 120
Urdu 120
Arabic 120
Islamic Studies 120
Quran 120
Physical Education 120